Research Publications




Selected writings at the n-Category Café

Formal Concept Analysis (Sep 2, 2013)
Have a peek at the notion of formal concept analysis
The Nucleus of a Profunctor: Some Categorified Linear Algebra (Aug 19, 2013)
Watch some linear algebra being categorified.
Torsors and enriched categories (Jun 3, 2013)
Read about a different take on torsors
Project Scheduling and Copresheaves (Mar 24, 2013)
Find out what PERT graphs have to do with enriched categories
Tight spans, Isbell completions and semi-tropical modules (Jan 20, 2013)
See how these three things are related.
The Spread of a Metric Space (Sep 5, 2012)
Read how this notion of size for metric spaces has some interesting properties.
Integral Transforms and the Pull-Push Perspective, I (Nov 7, 2010)
Start to see how enriched profunctors can be viewed as categorifications of integral kernels.
Enriching Over a Category of Subsets (Aug 30, 2010)
Discover how enriched category theory leads to the definition of some generalized metrics on the space of continuous functions on the unit interval.
On the Magnitude of Spheres, Surfaces and Other Homogeneous Spaces (Apr 21, 2010)
See the details of a new paper on the magnitude of metric spaces.
Modeling Surface Diagrams (Mar 24, 2010)
Watch some videos to see how I’m trying to make 3d models of categorical surface diagrams.
Intrinsic Volumes and Weyl's Tube Formula (Mar 12, 2010)
Read about how the volume of a tube around a surface in 3-space depends only on intrinsic invariants of the surface.
A Look at the Mathematical Origins of Western Musical Scales (Feb 26, 2010)
See how the rational numbers 2 and 3/2 gave birth to the Western musical scale.
More Magnitude of Metric Spaces and Problems with Penguins (Oct 10, 2009)
Learn about the tenuous link between emperor penguins and the magnitude of metric spaces.
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